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October 7, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
The Golden West Apartments, a 136-unit complex in Westminster, has been sold by JH Properties of Los Alamitos for $9.6 million, according to a brokerage firm. The complex, which includes 34 structures that contain four units each, was sold to F&F Partners of Larkspur after only two weeks on the market. The units, in the 14000 block of Goldenwest Street near Westminster Mall, have two bedrooms and rent on average for $750 per month. The complex is 97% occupied.
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October 7, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
The Golden West Apartments, a 136-unit complex in Westminster, has been sold by JH Properties of Los Alamitos for $9.6 million, according to a brokerage firm. The complex, which includes 34 structures that contain four units each, was sold to F&F Partners of Larkspur after only two weeks on the market. The units, in the 14000 block of Goldenwest Street near Westminster Mall, have two bedrooms and rent on average for $750 per month. The complex is 97% occupied.
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BUSINESS
November 6, 2001
St. James Apartments LLC bought the 298-unit St. James Apartments at 1710 N. Fuller Ave. in Los Angeles for $36 million from GTS Property. Shane Astani of Lambert Smith Hampton represented the buyer and the seller. * The law firm Katten Muchin Zavis signed a nine-year, $20-million sublease for 52,058 square feet of office space at 2029 Century Park E. in Century City. The sublandlord, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, was represented by Mike Catalano of Julien J. Studley Inc.
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September 5, 2000
* Construction has begun on a 217,000-square-foot bakery building for York, Pa.-based Stauffer Biscuit Co., manufacturer of Original Animal Crackers, at Gateway Corporate Centre on Garry Avenue near the Santa Ana River in Santa Ana. Michael Hartel of Colliers Seeley represented the bakery in its 15-year, $21.5-million lease of the property. John Sutherland of Property Resources Inc. represented the landlord, Ewing Development Co.
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